Posts Tagged ‘Jazz’
Esquire December 2009 Robert Downey Jr. on Cover, Augmented Reality Issue, Alex Lemon, Keith Schofield, Adam Haslett, Robert Glasper and Hip-Hop Jazz
This chord dictionary from the assistant chair of Berklee’s guitar department includes 100+ chord forms, from basic 7th chords to guide tone chords and triads over bass notes. It is organized to reveal chord relationships and help guitarists learn voicings quickly and thoroughly. Includes notes, fretboard diagrams and tab for each chord. 6 inch. x 9 inch.
Number ten in the Mel Bay/Warner collaboration contains a collection of beginning to intermediate arrangements for Brazilian Guitar. All tunes included in standard notation and tablature are: One Note Samba, Meditation, Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars, Chega de Saudade, How Insensitive, The Girl from Ipanema, A Day in the Life of a Fool, The Island, So Nice, Desafinado, A Felicidade, Sabia and Gentle Rain. Tunes arranged by John Zarad (more…)
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Japanese only SHM-CD (Super High Material CD – playable on all CD players) pressing. Universal. 2008.
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Book & CD. Soloing is essential to jazz. For many musicians, it is the ultimate form of self-expression. But for many people, it can be intimidating. Jazz musicians must spontaneously create solos over tricky chord progressions, while, at the same time, communicating from the heart. This process can seem mysterious, but Easy Soloing for Jazz Guitar shows you that it s not. This book is for musicians who already know the basics of guitar, but are looking for a low-stress intr (more…)
Learn Jazz Guitar Improv – Swing & Bebop Improvisation in the Style of Charlie Christian (The Charlie Christian Method for Jazz Improv) (Kindle Edition)
There are many methods claiming to teach guitarists how to improvise jazz guitar by providing endless scale charts, arpeggios to practice, and very technical exercises aimed at learning notes by rote.Back in the 1940′s, the guitarist Charlie Christian devised a system for easily improvising over complex chord changes. His ideas revolutionized electric guitar playing, and the art of improvisation once and for all. Every guitarist since his time owes him a debt of gratitude.In this g (more…)